“This ain’t your granddaddy’s zombie-apocalypse. Everything in Bennett Sims’s stunning debut courts a topographical and invasive examination of the human condition through our inverse. The architecture of zombie-logic is rewired, and the undead become symbolic for what it means to exist in all its physical and existential, its beauty and brutality.
“The scrutiny of detail throughout A Questionable Shape attempts wring from it definition, reminiscent of David Foster Wallace. The narrative warmth and voice draws parallels to writers as far back as Gogol and Babel, and more recently Ben Marcus.
“But despite the reinventions of cult-form, the classic zomb-enthus will thrill at Sims’s mastery.”"
— Zachary Tyler Vickers’s review of Bennett Sims’s A Questionable Shape, at HTML Giant.